It’s safe to say that all of our timelines are completely saturated with quotes from Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir. spareso much so that I wish I could leave some of the less flavorful tidbits unread.
If you’re sick of the narrative, or you ostensibly feel like you’ve already read it, you might want to spend some time reading one of the many other celebrity biographies that fill the shelves of your local bookstore. I can’t.
Celebrities like to wear different hats. This is a tactic they employ to stay relevant and usually works in their favor. Actors release their own albums, singers take Broadway by storm, and comedians make the move to film.
The lives of celebrities are something we’ve always been interested in. It’s a world most of us don’t know about, so it’s very intriguing. That’s probably why books written by celebrities usually work so well.
Between real-life memoirs, short stories, and fictional novels, there are plenty of options to choose from, but not all books are created equal, and some are clearly better than others. I have.
With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of some of our top picks that you’re guaranteed to enjoy.
this hurts a little busy phillips
It’s full of the same unfiltered storytelling that made busy fans come to know and love her. this hurts a little am new york times A bestseller that often feels more like an open diary than a memoir.
memory Sinead O’connor
according to Independent,memory is “a good book that makes you want to read it twice”. It delves into the acclaimed singer-songwriter’s upbringing and her childhood, covering everything from her music career to her “ongoing spiritual quest” to her “misadventures in the world of sex, drugs and rock and roll.” I will explain in detail.
bossy pants Tina Fey
The women behind iconic hits mean girls, Tina Fey has long established herself as a very funny person. She’s just as good on paper as she is on screen and stage. bossy pants is a hilarious autobiography that looks back on the comedian’s life and career.
open book Jessica Simpson
According to “A captivating memoir of recovery and x-ennial fame” New Yorker, open book It proved to be a huge hit, both for those who were already fans of Jessica Simpson and those who knew little or nothing about her.
shortly ITV four-part series, holding It marks Norton’s first full-length foray into the world of fiction. A ‘dark comic’ novel, the action takes place in the small island village of Danine, where the discovery of a human remains causes a ripple of unrest in the community.
my body, Emily Ratajkowski
If you read (and liked) her wildly popular essay The Cutand model Emily Ratajkowski’s new book should also tickle your fancy. I’m here.
Come again Robert Webb
of peep show It is the actor’s debut novel and centers around Kate. A new widow who wakes up and suddenly reverts to her 18-year-old self.
unusual type Tom Hanks
A collection of 17 short stories, multiple Oscar winners. unusual type It’s definitely like a box of chocolates and you never know what you’ll get.
not my father’s son By Alan Cumming
A powerful tale of “embracing the past and triumphantly pushing away the darkness.” Description of Goodreads, Alan Cummings recounts the details of his childhood while maintaining his characteristic wit and humor. Listen to great audiobooks.
Anyone hanging out without me? (and other concerns) Mindy Kaering
one of several books from mindy project creator, Anyone hanging out without me? (and other concerns) We watch the actress make her own unscientific observations about romance, friendship and Hollywood and invite fans into her life.
leftovers Carol Radziwell
real housewives of new york Fans may know the name Carol Radziwell, but for those who don’t, she is an American journalist, author, and television personality. leftovers It’s a heartbreaking story about her life as a widow after losing her husband, Anthony Radziwill (John F. Kennedy Jr.’s first cousin).
The other three worth mentioning are result of love by Gavandra Hodges, love in color Bor Babalola, Dolly Aldertons All I know about love All prominent authors/journalists can argue that their “celebrity” status is secondary to their actual writing endeavors, but let’s not get bogged down in details. After all, a good book is a good book.